This stuff is a menace, and use of it should be closely supervised! One of this polymer's attributes is that it flows downward with gravity between the fibers of almost any other material, so it is important to get to this stain asap. That said, most of the web solutions to this problem seem to focus on a two- or three-pronged attack: first, physically removing the silly putty with a dull knife and then dissolving the residue with WD40, blotting, and repeating. Some recommend following up with rubbing alcohol, or substituting rubbing alcohol for the WD40 altogether. Keep a clean rag under the fabric and blot the solvent with another clean rag. Check www.sillyputty.com for the official version.
The variety of green beans that were called Silly Seeds and grew over 12 inches long is the green bush beans.
i dont think know one really knows this question? but if they tried it they would probably know
Yes it can it is very hard but if you leave it outside for too long during the summer like my kids did last year it will dry
Long Johns were invented on December 7, 1915
People should not laugh at if a person wears Long Johns. Most of the time Long Johns cannot be seen they are wore under the pants.
Silly Putty (originally called Nutty Putty, and also marketed by other companies as Thinking Putty, Bouncing Putty, and Potty Putty) is the Crayola owned trademark name for a class of silicone polymers. It is marketed today as a toy for children, but was originally created by accident during research into potential rubber substitutes for use by the United States in World War II.It was after its success as a toy that other uses were found. The material's unique properties have found niche use in medical and scientific applications. It is used in large quantity by physical therapists for rehabilitative therapy of hand injuries. A number of other brands have emerged which alter the material's properties offering different levels of resistance for this market. Power Putty and TheraPutty are examples. Though primarily used as a toy for children the material is also used therapeutically for stress reduction. In the home it can be used to pick up dirt, lint, and pet hair, and because of its adhesive characteristics it was even used by Apollo astronauts to secure their tools in zero-gravity.As a bouncing putty, Silly Putty is an inorganic polymer, noted for its many unusual characteristics: it bounces, but breaks when given a sharp blow. It can also flow like a liquid and will form a puddle given enough time. Silly Putty and most other retail putty products have thixotropic agents added to reduce the flow and enable the putty to hold its shape.The original coral-colored Silly Putty is composed of 65% dimethyl siloxane (hydroxy-terminated polymers with boric acid), 17% silica (crystalline quartz), 9% Thixatrol ST (castor oil derivative), 4% polydimethylsiloxane, 1% decamethyl cyclopentasiloxane, 1% glycerine, and 1% titanium dioxide.Silly Putty's unusual flow characteristics are due to the ingredient polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS), a viscoelastic liquid. Viscoelasticity is a type of non-Newtonian flow, characterizing material that acts as a viscous liquid over a long time period but as an elastic solid over a short time period. Because its apparent viscosity increases directly with respect to the amount of force applied, Silly Putty can be characterized as a dilatant fluid.Silly Putty is also a fairly good adhesive. When newspaper ink was petroleum based, Silly Putty could be used to transfer newspaper images to other surfaces, possibly after introducing distortion. Newer papers with soy-based inks are more resistant to this activity.Silly Putty will dissolve when in contact with an alcohol; however, after the alcohol evaporates the material will not exhibit its original properties. Generally, Silly Putty is difficult to remove from textured items such as hair and clothing; hand sanitizer can often be used successfully to facilitate the process.Silly Putty is flammable. When lit, the flame is a very bright white but burns slowly. The leftover ash crumbles very easily. When Silly Putty is microwaved for about 3 minutes, it becomes very sticky. However, when cooled, the putty returns to its original state. When Silly Putty is baked in an oven at 450 degrees F for 15 minutes, it gives off noxious fumes. The cookie sheet on which the Silly Putty was baked will have a combination of dried putty and very hot, sticky putty.It is advised not to submerge Silly Putty in warm or hot water, as it will become softer, and thus "melt" much faster, and it also is harder to remove small amounts of it from surfaces. After a long period of time, it will go back to its original viscosity.Silly Putty is sold as a 13 gram (0.47 ounce) piece of plastic clay inside an egg-shaped plastic container. It is available in various colors, including glow-in-the-dark and metallic. The brand is owned by Crayola LLC (formerly the Binney & Smith company), which also owns Crayola crayons. Today,[when?] twenty thousand eggs of Silly Putty are sold daily. Since 1950, more than 300 million eggs of Silly Putty have been sold, or approximately 4500 tons. Other brands offer the material in larger size containers and in a wide variety of colors, like pink, blue, and yellow.About this fileDownload fileUse player:Cortado (Java) (selected)Still image onlyClose More... Elastic Silly Putty History of Silly PuttyDuring World War II, Japan invaded rubber producing countries as they expanded their sphere of influence in the Pacific Rim. Rubber was vital for the production of rafts, tires, vehicle and aircraft parts, gas masks, and even boots. In the U.S. all rubber products were rationed, with citizens being encouraged to make their rubber products last until the end of the war and to donate any spare tires, boots, and coats that they might own. Meanwhile, the government funded research into synthetic rubber compounds to attempt to solve this shortage.Credit for the invention of Silly Putty is disputed and has been attributed variously to Earl Warrick, of the then newly-formed Dow Corning, Harvey Chin, and James Wright, a Scottish inventor working for General Electric in New Haven, Connecticut. Throughout his life, Warrick insisted that he and his colleague, Rob Roy McGregor, received the patent for Silly Putty before Wright did, but Crayola's history of Silly Putty states that Wright first invented it in 1943. Both researchers independently discovered that reacting boric acid with silicone oil would produce a gooey, bouncy material with several unique properties. The non-toxic putty would bounce when dropped, could stretch farther than regular rubber, would not collect mold, and had a very high melting temperature.Wright found that the substance did not contain all the properties needed to replace rubber and so it spent several years languishing as a mere laboratory curiosity. In 1945, hoping there was a use for his new developed putty, Wright sent a sample to scientists all around the world, but no practical use was ever found.Finally, in 1949, the putty reached the owner of a toy store, Ruth Fallgatter, who contacted Peter Hodgson, a marketing consultant, to produce her catalog and discuss selling bouncing putty. The two decided to market the product by selling it in a clear case for $2. The putty proceeded to outsell every item in the catalogue except for 50 cent Crayola crayons. Despite the fortune it made, Fallgatter did not pursue it further, but Hodgson saw its potential.Already $12,000 in debt, Hodgson borrowed $147 to buy a batch of the putty to pack one ounce portions into plastic eggs for $1, calling it Silly Putty. After making progress in the industry, even selling over 250,000  eggs of silly putty in three days, Hodgson was almost put out of business in 1951 by the Korean War. Silicone, a main ingredient in silly putty, was put on ration, harming his business. In 1952, a year later, the restriction on silicone was lifted and the production of Silly Putty was resumed. Initially, it was primarily targeted towards adults. However, by 1955 the majority of its consumers were aged 6 through 12. In 1957 Hodgson produced the first televised commercial for silly putty, which aired during the Howdy Doody Show.In 1961, Silly Putty went worldwide, becoming a hit in the Soviet Union, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, and Switzerland, even reaching the Moon by 1968, courtesy of the Apollo 8 astronauts.Peter Hodgson died in 1976. A year later, Binney and Smith, the makers of Crayola products, acquired the rights to Silly Putty. By 1987, Silly Putty had pushed sales to over two million eggs annually.Carol Haynes indicates that Ruth Fallgater owned a toy shop in New Haven named the "Block Shop". From personal knowledge, (her father was the Vice President of Silly Putty from shortly after its inception until his death in June 1976) she knows that when Peter Hodgson decided to market the toy to Yale students he initially worked at the Block Shop with a few Yale students. Very soon thereafter, though, he asked William Henry Haynes, whose family members worked at the Block Shop, to join him in selling and marketing the toy. At some point in the very early years a recent Yale law school graduate, Mac Kilpatrick, also joined the team. From the beginning until 1976 it was this trio who ran the company. Peter Hodgson was the President of the company, William "Bill" Haynes was the General Manager & Vice President of Silly Putty and also the VP of Arnold Clark, Inc. (an advertising and marketing company)), and Mac Kilpatrick was a V.P and the lawyer for the companies. Since sales were mostly seasonal there were not many full time, yearly employees. Temporary workers were brought in during the peak periods of Easter and Christmas. Haynes indicates that she never knew of Silly Putty being more than $1.00 per egg from its inception to the time that her father died, one month before Peter Hodgson. It was, however, sold at one store in the early years in a silver egg//
The population of Silly-le-Long is 1,105.
The area of Silly-le-Long is 11.35 square kilometers.
i wish i new but my best guess would be several hours or a day =) :) by the way my name is carissa and i live in california on the street of moon shadow drive and my address is 28683 im not joking
The St, Johns River is the longest river in Florida, at 310 miles long (500 km).
Long Johns is the British nickname for the long underwear which is worn on the legs underneath the trousers. They are usually worn as pyjamas during cold weather.
they study pussies and long johns
Long johns are special tops and bottoms that are used specifically to wear under other clothing in order to stay warm in the winter.
I'm guessing that the green silly band you have is supposed to be glow in the dark. I wouldn't think that it means anything :P. Maybe good luck, or long living if you want to get deep into colors, again :P. But mainly it's probably just glow in the dark...
I asked this question and I wanted to show the package but it wouldn’t let me in the question maker so this is what the package looks like
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The cast of The Long Johns - 1995 includes: John Bird as Various Characters John Fortune as Various Characters
how long is st johns biridge just asking
It depends on where you are flying from.